# Monday 22nd June

##### English L.O: To make predictions and identify and use relative clauses.

Activity 1: Ask an adult or older sibling to test you on the new 10 spellings you received on Monday 22nd June and make a record of your score in your home learning books . New spellings for you to be tested on next week can be found below.

We will be reading a book called Skellig. This book is based on moving somewhere new.

Activity 2: Write down/ bullet point all of the feelings you would experience if you moved to a new home and new school. You may even form some descriptive sentences.

Activity 3: Take a look at the front and back cover of our new class book:

Activity 4: Write a minimum of one paragraph, writing your predictions for this story. Be as detailed as you can. Think about the characters we may meet and how the story line may progress. Will it be a positive story? Will it end well for everyone? What themes or issues might we come across in Skellig?

Activity 5: Listen to Chapter 1 of 'Skellig' on the Learning --> Stories page of the website

Activity 6: Open up the following webpage: Relative Clauses

1. Read through the information
2. Watch the 3 learning videos
3. Complete the 3 activities at the bottom of the page.
##### Year 5 L.O: To understand percentages.

Activity 1: Watch the demonstration video below for today's lesson.

On this webpage, read the information and watch the learning videos before attempting the 'Practise' activities at the bottom of the webpage:

##### Year 6 L.O: To 'find a rule'.

Activity 1: Watch the demonstration video below for today's lesson.

Activity 2: Open this link to learn more: Find A Rule

Activity 3: Open and complete the activities on the worksheet below titled 'Y6 Fluency Task 1'. Mark your work using the answers attached (Y6 Fluency Task 1: Answers)

Activity 4: Open and complete the activities on the worksheet below titled 'Y6 Fluency Task 2'. Mark your work using the answers attached (Y6 Fluency Task 2: Answers)

Activity 5: Open the following link and answer the questions on this interactive activity: Game

##### Science L.O: To understand how a prism affects a ray of light.

Activity 1: Consider the following question: What colour is light? Discuss this with someone. Do you agree?

Activity 2: Read through the following information:

Activity 3: Watch this clip of Professor Brian Cox recreating Newton's experiment with light.

Activity 4: Open up the file below titled 'Spectacular Spectrum'. Use the experiment Professor Brian Cox carried out in the video above to explain what happens when a prism is put in front of direct sunlight.

Activity 5: Using the same worksheet:

• Make a prediction for the colour wheel experiment.
• Carry out the experiment.
• Follow this up with an explanation of what you observed.

##### Year 6 Transition

In school this week, we are going to be using the booklet attached below titled 'Y6 Transition Booklet' to explore some of the changes you will encounter as you move up to secondary school. We will be aiming to finish this booklet by the end of the week so work your way through a couple of these activities at home each day.

Watch some of these clips that may also provide some reassurance: Transition

ALSO if you have yet to complete the Y6 leavers book activity and picture submission I set last Monday 15th June, PLEASE go back and complete this so I can get your page of the book organised. I will need these completed and handed in (virtually or in person) by Friday at the very latest.

##### P.E.

At a time where we all find ourselves indoors for the most of the day, we should bear in mind how important daily exercise is for our health and wellbeing, particularly our mental health. If you are able to, take your device somewhere with plenty of space (even the garden on a nice sunny day) or clear some space in front of your computer and follow along with Joe Wicks for a 30 minute workout. I will definitely be doing the same!

OR alternatively, Mrs Lightfoot has uploaded some very exciting links to other online PE sessions which you can access by following this link:   Alternative P.E. Ideas